Some species





 being studied by Cascadia Research Collective  (from  top left to bottom right): humpback whale, Blainville's beaked whale, blue whale, Townsend's big eared bat, false killer whale, gray whale, killer whale with harbor porpoise. All photos (c)


Cascadia Research is a non-profit, tax-exempt (recognized by the IRS under501c3) scientific and education organization based in Olympia, Washington, USA. We were founded in 1979 primarily to conduct research needed to manage and protect threatened marine mammals.


Recent news (select for details): 

Updates from our Hawai'i field project (19 July 2014)

Article on John Calambokidis and Cascadia in Evergreen magazine (1 July 2014)

Publication on a new tool for visualization/analysis of ID and genetic data (1 July 2014)

New publication on cetacean distribution and seasonal abundance off S California (26 June 2014)

New publication on blue and fin whale comparative feeding (26 June 2014)

New publication on gray whale population structure (26 June 2014)

 

 

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Bat Research

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Cascadia Research, 218 1/2 W 4th Ave., Olympia, WA 98501 USA

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